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BSAG Brings Art Exhibit To Coney Island Hospital

I think Sheepshead Bites’ Robert Fernandez said it most eloquently, in response to some Brooklynites’ claims that our end of the borough is tantamount to a cultural wasteland:

“Frankly, they’re wrong.”

Not only will the Brooklyn Streetcar Artists’ Group (BSAG) be holding a fine art exhibition at Coney Island Hospital through June 17, entitled “Jazz Through the Eyes of the Artists,” the May 4 opening reception will also be featuring the vocal styling of Eureka.

Art and music. In Southern Brooklyn. Yessiree.

Hipsters — put that in your kreteks and smoke it.

The opening reception for “Jazz Through the Eyes of the Artists” runs from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. on the second floor of the hospital’s main building (2601 Ocean Parkway at Avenue Z).

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  1. I’m all for culture and other crap but Hospital is not very sexy venue.
    It’s very hard to get in to girls pants when she knows their is TB patient is in the other room and morgue is just down the hall. Baby I got rigamortis in my pants wanna touch it?

    However it’s great we got some Jazz going around here. Now if we can get Live Blues bar going some place around here that would be just fantastic.

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